Patty Broderick

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Patty Broderick

 



Class of 2008

 

• Basketball official since 1972, currently the coordinator of Women's Basketball Officiating Consortium, which includes eight different conferences

. Served on the Board of Directors for the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO, 2004-2007), earned the 1989 CYO Volunteer Coaching Award and the 1990 St. John Bosco Award, which is the highest award for contributions to CYO.

• Has extensive experience at the high school, college, international and professional levels

• Has officiated seven Final Fours, six WNBA Championships, two ABL Finals, three ABL All-Star games; reffed the inaugural WNBA All-Star game in 1999

• Became the second female to ever officiate an Olympics when she worked the 1988 Olympics in Seouls

• First woman to officiate the Pan American Games in 1987

• Inaugural winner of the Naismith Female Basketball Official of the Year Award in 1988

• On Nov. 30, 1995 was commissioned as a Distinguished Hoosier by the Office of then Governor Evan Bayh from the State of Indiana

• Director of Officials for the WNBA from 2002-2004

• Served on the Board of Directors for the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO, 2004-2007), earned the 1989 CYO Volunteer Coaching Award and the 1990 St. John Bosco Award, which is the highest award for contributions to CYO

 

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